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PROJECT NAME

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RISK RISK
RESIDUAL RISK
CONSEQUENCES/ EVALUATION LEVEL ACCEPT
S.N. ACTIVITY HAZARD CAUSES OF HAZARD IMPLEMENTED CONTROL MEASURES
IMPACT Y/N?
P S H/M/L P S H/M/L

1 Chemical Use by Unqualified workers Personal Injury -Ensure all tools are inspected and
spray unqualified approved. Damaged equipment is to be
Improper inspection of power
workers tagged out and remove from site.
tools before use Lungs infection
Improper use of PPEs
Defective -Ensure trained and experienced
equipment Skin irritation employees are assigned to the job.
Prolong exposure to chemical

Inhalation by -Ensure all tools are checked for their


worker good working condition prior to the start
2 1 2 of the job by operators. 2 1 2 Y

Exposure to
chemical during -Ensure no defected/ handmade/ modified
manual handling tools are available at site.

-Respiratory protection, and standard


PPEs to be worn at all the times.

Persons in danger

 Workers undertaking the work

 Persons passing the site location/ truck routes, e.g. members of the public and persons in the Vehicles.

Personal protective equipment

 Safety Helmet, Gum Boot, Proper Gloves & Safety Goggles

Information, instruction and training

 All personnel in the team are to be made aware of the safe systems of work.

 Ensure that good housekeeping standard is maintained throughout.


 Training and experience for personnel to use electrical equipments and vibratory equipments.
 Educate the personnel to handle chemicals such as concrete…

Emergency procedures

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 Site emergency procedures should make provision for the rescue of individuals from heights.

 First-aid facilities should be available to cope with any significant injuries that may arise from the work.

Monitoring and review

 Work should be monitored by Foreman and charge hand who are trained to ensure that any additional precautions or equipment required are
provided.

RISK ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE: Project Manager/ Project Engineer


Safety Manager/ Safety Officer

Reviewed by: (Safety Officer) Approved by: (Project Manager)

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RISK MATRIX
Risk Rating (RR) – Severity x Likelihood

LIKELIHOOD
(PROBABILITY)
Likely
(P) Rare Unlikely Possible Almost certain
Could happen often (on
Remote possibility (once Could happen but rare Could happen occasionally Could happen frequently
average once a month or
every 3 years or more) (typically once in a year) (on average quarterly) (once a week or more)
more)
SEVERITY 1 2 3 5
4
(IMPACT)
(S)
Low Low Low Low Medium
Insignificant 1
1 2 3 4 5

Low Low Medium Medium Medium


Minor 2
2 4 6 8 10

Low Medium Medium Medium High


Moderate 3
3 6 9 12 15

Low Medium Medium High High


Significant 4
4 8 12 16 20

Medium Medium High High High


Major 5
5 10 15 20 25

RISK BASED CONTROL PLAN


RISK LEVEL ACTION AND TIMESCALE

Quick, easy controls should be implemented immediately and further action planned for when resources permit. Monitoring required
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ensuring controls are maintained. Manage through routine procedures. Go for economic improvements where possible. Incident
Low
report must be completed.

Aim to reduce risks but costs of prevention may be limited. Undertake a risk assessment of the situation / task and implement the
appropriate actions. Actions should have a timescale and should be monitored. Where the risk involves work in progress undertake
5-12 a risk assessment as soon as possible to ensure the safety of the situation or task. Work should not start until the risk is
Medium reduced to an acceptable level. Considerable resources may have to be allocated. Contact your Manager and Risk Manager by
telephone about the actions that should be taken to reduce the risk/s. incident report must be completed. Incident must be added
to service risk register.

Do not commence the activity until a risk assessment has been completed to ensure the safety of the situation or task. If it is
15-25 not possible to reduce or eliminate the risk even with unlimited resources, work must remain prohibited. Inform your relevant
High Director, your Manager and the Risk Manager immediately by telephone. Incident report must be completed. Incident must be
added to service risk register.

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